NJ Mayor Has Coronavirus Antibodies; Here's What It Means: PM

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NJ Mayor Has Coronavirus Antibodies; Here's What It Means

Was this New Jersey mayor among the first COVID-19 cases in the United States? There's a good chance of it, he says.>>>Read more.

NJ Hero: Hospital Tech Who 'Made Ultimate Sacrifice'

Sandra Hardy-Rogers died from the coronavirus. Around 30 nominated her to Patch as their hero.

NJ Coronavirus Updates On Tuesday: Here's What You Need To Know

Here are the New Jersey towns with cases, as well as the latest developments on the impact of the coronavirus in New Jersey.

Ex-Gov. Chris Christie: Time For NJ Reopen In Coronavirus Crisis

"In the end, you're going to have to tell them that people are going to die," former NJ Gov. Chris Christie said. He thinks NJ should reopen.

Princeton To Host Virtual Graduation As Schools Remain Closed

The Princeton PTO is also planning to purchase a small gift for each senior to try to make this milestone occasion as special as possible.

Feds Grant NJ More Flexibility On CARES Act Funding

The flexibility allows the state to put more of the $2.4 billion to use addressing the coronavirus crisis, Gov. Phil Murphy said.

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